FINCA Kosovo, the country’s largest microfinance organization, announced it received the Client Protection Certification by Smart Campaign.
On November 10, 2016, FINCA Microfinance Holding Company transferred operations and ownership of FINCA Mexico to Te Creemos, a leading majority Mexican-owned deposit taking microfinance institution.
On June 28th, FINCA Microfinance Holding Company transferred operations and ownership of FINCA El Salvador to Optima Financial Services.
FINCA Bank Georgia announced it has received Client Protection Certification by the Smart Campaign, a global initiative that certifies the adoption of high ethical standards in the treatment of clients in the microfinance industry.
FINCA is pleased to announce the promotion of Andrée Simon to Co-CEO of FINCA Microfinance Holding Company. Ms. Simon will lead strategy, operations, and the implementation of a host of digital and mobile enhancements that represent the next generation of essential financial services for people in developing economies.
FINCA’s newest subsidiary, FINCA Microfinance Bank Ltd. in Nigeria, surpassed USD 1 million in small loans to microenterprise and small business owners within its first six months of operation.
FINCA Kyrgyzstan is pleased to announce its Client Protection Certification by the Smart Campaign, a global initiative promoting the adoption of high ethical standards in the treatment of clients in the micro financing industry.
FINCA officially launched the first branch of FINCA Microfinance Bank Ltd, in Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria. Thousands of unbanked and under-banked Nigerians to benefit from services.
Six months after closing the deal that gave FINCA a majority stake in the bank formerly known as KMBL, new signs and billboards unveiled FINCA Microfinance Bank Ltd. in 50 cities across the Punjab.
Celebrating almost two full years of successful operations as the world’s first-of-its-kind socially responsible global microfinance investment holding company, FINCA Microfinance Holding Company LLC (FMH) recently completed a second-round capital raise of $48 million.
FINCA Georgia’s more than 45,000 current clients will now be able to access savings products, as will other Georgians who may not have a safe place to save.